Mumbai: Amid the ongoing political deadlock in Maharashtra, rhetoric and counter-attack continue. On Wednesday, Uddhav Thackeray resigned from the post of the chief minister, while now Shiv Shena rebel leader Eknath Shinde is going to take oath as CM at 7.30 pm today. Earlier, the swearing-in ceremony was scheduled for July 1, but now according to the new update, the swearing-in of the chief minister and deputy chief minister will take place this evening itself.
Meanwhile, an old video of Devendra Fadnavis is fast going viral on social media. In this viral video, he is seen speaking in the Maharashtra Assembly. This viral video is from 2019 when there was a BJP government in Maharashtra for about 3 days with the support of Ajit Pawar. Devendra Fadnavis was elected CM at that time. However, a few days later, Ajit Pawar withdrew support and the Government fell.
In the viral video, Devendra Fadnavis is heard speaking a poem. In which she said in the last 'I am the sea, I will come back.' In fact, in the 2019 Maharashtra Assembly elections, the BJP and shiv sena fought together and after the election results came out, the BJP had emerged as the number one party. In such a situation, Shiv Sena became the second party, NCP the third party and Congress the fourth party. After this result, everyone thought that a coalition government of BJP and Shiv Sena will be formed in Maharashtra. But that did not happen. There was a rift between the BJP and the Shiv Sena. Then, the Shiv Sena, the NCP and the Congress had come together to form the Government in Maharashtra. Let us know that after the fall of the Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra, there was a lot of celebration in the Maharashtra BJP late at night.